By Toby Wine
(Instrumental). 1001 Blues Licks provides 1001 riffs in various blues types to be performed in the normal 12-bar layout. this can be the fitting booklet for newcomers looking a well-organized, easy-to-follow encyclopedia of blues licks, in addition to consummate pros who are looking to take their wisdom of the blues to new heights.
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